Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., discusses the latest in the Biden family business probe as the House Oversight Committee gears up to subpoena members of the family.
President Biden and his son Hunter may have their day in court as the House Oversight Committee prepares to subpoena the father and son duo amid the ongoing probe into the family's business dealings.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., joined "Mornings with Maria" Thursday to discuss the latest fallout from the Biden family business probe, telling host Maria Bartiromo that the House Oversight Committee plans to subpoena the Biden's.
"We're putting together a case, and I think we've done that very well," Rep. Comer expressed.
"We know that this is going to end up in court when we subpoena the Bidens," he added.
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The GOP-led committee released new Biden family bank records showing that the Biden's took in at least $20 million from countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
"I wish the media would ask the president, what exactly did your family do to receive this $21 million that the House Oversight Committee has proven. He just continues to say, well, that's a lie. That's not true. We have their bank records, Maria. Bank records don't lie," Rep. Comer said.
The House Oversight chair continued, arguing that he and his colleagues have caught Joe Biden in "so many lies" as the president continues to deny any involvement in his son's business.
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"This is always going to end with the Biden's coming in front of the committee," Rep. Comer said.
The Kentucky representative continues to dig deeper into the Biden family's web of business dealings. After numerous documents and countless testimonies, he is confident in the case that the committee is building against the Biden family.
"This is a complicated case, and we're being obstructed every step of the way by the Department of Justice, by the FBI, by the Secret Service, by the IRS, and by the Biden family attorneys," Rep. Comer explained.
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Despite being stonewalled by the government's top institutions, Rep. Comer said it will not stop the committee's efforts.
"We continue to produce evidence about every two weeks," he said.